Dr. Mark Abrams is an internist, cardiology fellow in training, and educator whose work emphasizes improving the patient-doctor relationship. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Physiology from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada before completing his MD degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He continued his training at New York Presbyterian-Columbia University Medical Center for his residency training in internal medicine where he remains as a cardiology fellow in training. He has received multiple honors and awards for his commitments to humanistic care, ethics, and developing new teaching methods to help doctors be better doctors for their patients. Aside from being an educator to other doctors, Dr. Abrams is passionate about engaging patients to learn about their own health in order to live happier, healthier lives.